The AMIANI represent their members who are motorcycle instructors within Northern Ireland with the aim to provide rider training to a professional standard with safety, courtesy and patience in mind at all times.
As an organisation the AMIANI express their members’ views and concerns about motorcycle tests and Governmental Policies in all aspects of motorcycling and road services.
The AMIANI also aim to keep their current members up to date with all news and events within AMIANI and the motorcycle instructor industry.
Their mission is: “To be recognised by the Government, its various agencies and other related parties as the Official Body representing Motorcycle Instructors within Northern Ireland and to provide rider training to a professional standard with safety, courtesy and patience in mind at all times.”
Right To Ride’s, Trevor Baird says, “At Right To Ride we wish the association all the best in its aims and mission to bring motorcycle instructors together in a representative body. For new riders and those wishing to advance their riding skills this can only mean better training with the knowledge that they will get best value for money.”
If you are a first time rider looking to be trained and pass your test on today’s roads or looking for post test training or are returning to biking and want a refresher course, then you can find an AMIANI registered motorcycle instructor in your own area by visiting their website.